Sometimes we confuse the problem of “I don’t know where to start” with the more important problem of “I don’t think the idea I have of where to start is good enough.”
The latter is honest. The latter we can work with. Once we see the idea, we can tweak it, and make it better. The former is just an excuse for not sharing work that we don’t think is perfect. It’s putting a layer between us and the truth.
Maybe you do know where to start. You probably know exactly to do. The problem is the self judgment. What potential could we set free if you relax that judgment and let your ideas into the wild?